Dawgs fall to 4th Recruiting Rankings

ATHENS – Georgia's first commitment in over a month kept them in Scout.com's Recruiting Rankings.

Mississippi's Josh Davis committed to Georgia on Saturday night. It was the Bulldogs' first commitment in over a month. But Davis' pledge to become a Dawg did not vault Georgia back into third place in the national rankings. Notre Dame, days after five-star prospect Sam Young committed to the Irish, jumped over the Bulldogs into third place.

Florida remains in first place with 2,747 points. The Gators are trailed in the rankings by Texas (2,579) Notre Dame (2,342), Georgia (2,315) and USC (2,242).

Georgia may still get commitments from Stafon Johnson, who visited Athens this weekend, as well as Knowshon Moreno; Both are running backs. Johnson, a five-star recruit, will choose between the Bulldogs, Southern Cal and Washington while Moreno will pick between Georgia, Florida and Virginia Tech.

Georgia seems to have the best shot to land one of those two running backs, or Atlanta safety Reshad Jones. Jones visits the Bulldogs this weekend.

The Bulldogs' chances with other prospects seems to be fading. Alabama wide receiver Tim Hawthorne seems headed to Auburn; and Pennsylvania linebacker Jeremiha Hunter is interested in Georgia but has not visited and is not scheduled to visit the Bulldogs according to Scout.com.

National Signing Day is on Wednesday February 1, 2006.

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